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Net Children Go Mobile 2 What online risks do children encounter more often? 2 Net Children Go Mobile Bullying & Cyberbullying* How many children experienced bullying or were cyberbullied? 27% Online contents 14% Felt 'very' 21% or 'a bitupset Which children have seen or experienced something on the internet that has bothered them in some way? Meeting new people How many are in contact with someone met online? How many met it also offline? Net Children Go Mobile: risks and opportunities. by Mascheroni, G., Ólafsson, K., 11/2/14 17% 24% Smartphone and tablet users engage more in communication and 130% 12% 21% Felt 'very' 4% or 'a bit' upset entertainment activities. Children who use All children PABENTAE ADTISOIT Sexual images How many children have şeen sexual images (both on and offline)? smartphones have a higher level of digital skills, safety skills and communicative 33% abilities, but they are more likely to be exposed to online risks. Of 9-10 year old children say there are lots of good things for children of their age to do online. 29% | Felt 'very' 14% or 'a bit' upset Sexting (only 11+ year old) While smartphones and tablet users encounter more How many children received sexual méssages? risks, they don't report more harmful experiences. Mobile internet access and 13% use is not a factor of Children are more satisfied |Felt 'yery' 7% or a bit' upset vulnerability. with online content in the UK (57%) and Ireland (51%) Bullying (27%) refers to face to face or cýber-bullying overall; cyberbuylling (14%) refers to any form of mean conduct online or via mobilé communication The survey in short Children in Romania, Italy and Denmark are less Project duration: Number of questionnaires: Sampling Method: 2 years (2013-2014) 2.500 happy with the provision of online content for children. Children's age: Face to face in home questionnaires, self-completed Random walk sampling for sensitive issues. Next phase: 9-16 Internet users Countries involved: Qualitative interviews (group and individual) children, parents, teachers and youth workers. Denmark IT University of Copenhagen of Technology Ireland Dublin Institute Università Cattolica UK London School Italy Romania Institute of Sociology Romanian Academy del Sacro Cuore of Economics For more details on the project visit and Political Science All reports are downloadable from Follow us also on - To be continued... Net Children Go Mobile Co-Funded by: Safer Internet Programme European Commission Infographic by Andrea Cuman BY NC ND

Net Children Go Mobile 2

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The infographic summary of the full findings report of the Net Children Go Mobile research project. Page 2 of 2


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